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Eve Scarle

Academic Subject Leader: Allied Health Professions

I joined the University in 2006 from a background of working in the NHS as a Physiotherapist. Chevron icon

Biography

I have a keen interest in how exercise and physical activity can be used to improve health and prevent, or treat chronic diseases. I coordinate a range of rehabilitation programmes that are run at Oxstalls Campus. I believe students learn best when they have the opportunity to gain practical experience alongside their classroom-based learning.

Qualifications

  • PGCHE: Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education, University of Gloucestershire, 2007
  • MSc: Physical Activity and Health, University of Gloucestershire, 2006
  • BSc (Hons): Physiotherapy, University of Saltford, 2001

Awards

Register of Exercise Professional Level 4

Membership of professional bodies

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Health and Care Professional Council, Register of Exercise Professionals

Teaching & Research

Teaching

Anatomy and Physiology of Sport and Exercise, Special populations, Sports injuries and Cardiac rehabilitation.

Research

I am interested in how exercise can be used to manage long-term conditions such as heart disease, vascular disease and cancer. I am currently undertaking my professional doctorate. My research focuses on cancer prehabilitation; by looking at how exercise can be used to prepare people for the physical and psychological demands of surgery.

External responsibilities

Consultancy work with the local Gloucestershire NHS Trusts.

Subject for media interview

Physiotherapy, exercise, heart disease, chronic disease management, cancer rehabilitation and older adults.

Professional positions

Course director and assessor for British Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR)

External examining

Southampton Solent University and South Devon College.